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Small Foot is an Autobot from the Generation One continuity family.
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May not be all that curvaceous, but sure plays up the glasses fetish.

Small Foot is a traveler from another dimension, who has taken the form of an Autobot and infiltrated their ranks in the hopes of finding the solution to a problem that plagues her home. She is an adventurous young mechanoid, but frequently gets in over her head.


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Toys

Generation One

  • G1 GoBots (Multi-pack, 2004)
Japanese ID number: 84
Small Foot was only available in an e-Hobby-exclusive 6-pack with Bad Boy, Bug Bite, Path Finder, Road Ranger, and Treds. She is a redeco of the Mini Vehicle Gears, transforming into a pickup truck of indeterminate model.
This mold is also used by Pick-Up, and was the basis for the 1986 retool Swerve.

Notes

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Nice rack.

  • The e-Hobby Gears redeco was clearly intended to be the Small Foot character from the Tonka GoBots line. Her name does not appear in any of the final product material; it only appeared in an early Photoshopped promotional image on the e-Hobby website. The individual toys' names were dropped when Takara became concerned over how rival company Bandai might react to the names... even though Bandai had little to no legal standing on the matter, as the names were granted by Tonka—now a Hasbro-owned sub-company—and the GoBots fiction had never been used by Bandai. Apparently, Takara felt any trouble over the set was not worth it.
  • Of course, any ambiguity over her identity was moot once Fun Publications took the concept and ran with it.

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